quiet carriage

quiet carriage
quiet carriage UK / US or quiet coach UK / US noun [countable]
Word forms "quiet carriage":
singular quiet carriage plural quiet carriages British
a carriage on a train where passengers are asked not to make or receive phone calls, use electronic equipment that makes a noise, etc.

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